5 Ways to Avoid the Holiday Weight Gain

Nov 23, 2015

Unless you have superior willpower, the holidays can be a tempting time for everyone. With all of the sugary treats and carb-fueled foods surrounding you, resisting the urge can be tough. o2 Fitness is here to help you avoid gaining the festive fifteen with these five helpful tips.

Use a Smaller Plate

Trick your brain by using a salad plate instead of a large dinner plate. You can still fill it up with your favorites, but you won’t be eating as much. Your brain will think you’re eating more, when you’ve actually munching on smaller portions!

Never Attend a Party Hungry

Similarly to the old rule, never go to the grocery store hungry, never go to a party when you’re starving. With the amount of snacks placed in front of you, you’ll be more likely to binge on fatty foods like dips or sweets.

Exercise Regularly

It may be difficult for you to hit the gym if you’re visiting family out of town, but a brisk walk down the street will do a lot of good. If you’re near an o2 Fitness, join us on Black Friday and take advantage of our group fitness classes and find out more about our best offer of the season.

Drink Lots of Water

Always drink at least eight cups of water a day. Water plays a huge role in making your body feel full. Not only that, but it does wonders in cleaning out your system of toxins and relieves annoying ailments like bloat and headaches.

Indulge in Moderation

The trick to keeping a balanced diet is allowing yourself a treat every so often. If you try and completely cut out sweets from your diet, it may end up in a binge and erase the progress you had made. If you’ve been practicing portion control and filling up on healthy foods, why not reward yourself with something you’ve been craving?

Come Exercise With Us! 

Join us on Black Friday and sign up for a Deluxe Membership. We’ll be throwing out freebies like Personal Training sessions, access to all clubs and more. Hurry in, this offer ends Nov. 30!

o2 Fitness is your source for workouts ranging from restorative yoga to energizing group fitness classes. Contact us today and learn more about how you can stay in shape during the holiday season.

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